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39 minutes ago, jerra- said:

 

no. you can't accept the fact that people have the right to protest things you approve of.

 

and now if trump wants to cry about the economy he will be reminded that there is a business that people are willing to pull together that he wants to shut down.


They can protest all they want (peacefully),  I don’t care.  They just need to be prepared for people to criticize them.

 

Why are you so much against people who feel differently than you exercising their 1st Amendment rights?

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2 minutes ago, BatteryPowered said:


They can protest all they want (peacefully),  I don’t care.  They just need to be prepared for people to criticize them.

 

Why are you so much against people who feel differently than you exercising their 1st Amendment rights?

 

 

why  are you so gung ho on america's economy in the red?

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1 hour ago, jerra- said:

as long as it is okay with the employer it is considered to be free speech  and cannot be interfered with by the governement.

 

And your point is? The government is not interfering with anyone's freedom of speech.

 

Besides, I was addressing your contention that free speech in the workplace is a right, which it is NOT.

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30 minutes ago, BatteryPowered said:


Typical liberal tactic...when faced with a question you don’t want to answer, change the subject.

 

You are a fucking coward!

 

people can protest whatever they want. and trump should shut up about it.

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31 minutes ago, SixShooter said:

 

And your point is? The government is not interring with anyone's freedom of speech.

 

Besides, I was addressing your contention that free speech in the workplace is a right, which it is NOT.

 

show where free speech in the workplace is banned by US law.

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14 minutes ago, jerra- said:

show where free speech in the workplace is banned by US law.

 

It's not. But employers have the right to dictate conditions in their private businesses, and restricting what employees can say is included in that. Just like an employee of Burger King can't work there wearing a McDonald's uniform. The employer has the right to dictate what you wear and what you say.

 

If you don't like that, just go in and cause trouble where you work and see what happens.

 

Any more dumb questions?

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15 minutes ago, SixShooter said:

 

It's not. But employers have the right to dictate conditions in their private businesses, and restricting what employees can say is included in that. Just like an employee of Burger King can't work there wearing a McDonald's uniform. The employer has the right to dictate what you wear and what you say.

 

If you don't like that, just go in and cause trouble where you work and see what happens.

 

Any more dumb questions?

 

 

where did I say employers did not have the right to dictate conditions in the workplace?

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16 minutes ago, jerra- said:

where did I say employers did not have the right to dictate conditions in the workplace?

 

You've been implying it throughout this thread:

 

On 7/31/2020 at 5:16 AM, jerra- said:

not wanting players to exercise their right to free speech 

 

Players are employees. They have no free speech rights in the workplace. You libidiots do that to imply that there is a sovereign right of the employee which does not exist. It's propaganda.

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11 minutes ago, TBHWT said:

Corporate cowards hiding behind the suffering of others.  Follow the money. 

These “corporate cowards” choose to be on the right a side of history.   No different from MLB, NFL... Hell... even  NASCAR came through.
 

Must be sad to be chained down prejudice.

 

 

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25 minutes ago, SixShooter said:

 

You've been implying it throughout this thread:

 

 

Players are employees. They have no free speech rights in the workplace. You libidiots do that to imply that there is a sovereign right of the employee which does not exist. It's propaganda.

 

and if their bosses have no objections they should be free to protest.

 

where did I say differently?

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1 minute ago, jerra- said:

and if their bosses have no objections they should be free to protest.

 

Fine. And president Trump should be free to criticize them. Right?

 

1 minute ago, jerra- said:

where did I say differently?

 

Stop wasting my time playing dumb. I already showed you that, many times. There is no RIGHT to free speech in the workplace.

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27 minutes ago, SixShooter said:

 

So there is no law protecting freedom of speech in the workplace. Got it.

 

Now stop lying that there is.

 

 

the government cannot dictate no free speech in the work place,

 

it is up to employers to decide. 

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Just now, SixShooter said:

 

Fine. And president Trump should be free to criticize them. Right?

 

 

Stop wasting my time playing dumb. I already showed you that, many times. There is no RIGHT to free speech in the workplace.

 

there is as long as the employer allows it, dummy.

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6 minutes ago, SixShooter said:

 

Fine. And president Trump should be free to criticize them. Right?

 

 

Stop wasting my time playing dumb. I already showed you that, many times. There is no RIGHT to free speech in the workplace.

 

6 minutes ago, SixShooter said:

 

Fine. And president Trump should be free to criticize them. Right?

 

 

Stop wasting my time playing dumb. I already showed you that, many times. There is no RIGHT to free speech in the workplace.

 

 

 

 

PEOPLE HAVE THE RIGHT TO FREE SPEECH IF THE EMPLOYER OKAY'S IT.

 

! I NEVER SAID ANYTHING DIFFERENTLY.

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